Geiser’s films have been screened at the Whitney Museum, the Guggenheim Museum, MOMA, Pacific Film Archives, the Centre Pompidou, the Salzburg Museum, San Francisco MOMA, LACMA, the Sharjah Biennial, and at the NY Film Festival, Rotterdam International Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, London International Film Festival, Oberhausen Film Festival, Curtas Vila do Conde, and Hong Kong International Film Festival.
Geiser’s films are in the collections of MOMA, The NY Public Library’s Donnell Media Center, CalArts, and others. Her film The Red Book is part of the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress. The Academy of Motion Pictures Archive has selected her work for preservation, and The Fourth Watch (2000) was selected by Film Comment as one of the top ten experimental films of the past decade.
Geiser’s 2014 exhibit at China Art Objects in Los Angeles, Object Permanence, featured single channel videos and photographs. She was awarded a 2011 California Community Foundation Fellowship for Visual Artists, and a 2006 City of Los Angeles Artist Fellowship for her installation The Spider’s Wheels. Her book The Tornado Treaty is in MOMA’s Artists Book Collection. Geiser currently lives in Los Angeles, where she is on the faculty of the CalArts School of Theater, and is a founding Co-Director of Automata, an artist-run performance gallery.